So if you drag a daughter or your wife who doesn't care about hockey to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, it is still a very interesting place to visit. I recommend staying in downtown Toronto vice where I stayed in North Toronto. Difficult to get into the city. There are several interactive exhibits where everyone in the family can play goalie, or, shoot the puck on a video/virtual goalie. You can act as a game announcer calling a score or a big goalie stop in a special audio/visual part of the hall of fame. The trophy room will be lost on non-fans but seeing the Calder Cup, Norris Trophy and the old bands of the original Stanley Cup in the "Vault Room," was really cool from a historic standpoint. There is also a hockey memoribilia/pop culture exhibit portion with all sorts of nicknacks that the whole family might enjoy. Figure on 1.5 - 2 hours for your visit.
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